Genealogy research by Mark Humphrys,
Gawsworth Hall (now called "Gawsworth Old Hall") is a timber-framed country house built between 1480 and 1600.
It is now called "Gawsworth Old Hall" to distinguish it from Gawsworth New Hall (begun in 1707) to the N of it.
Satellite view. Click to move and zoom.
Gawsworth New Hall is N of the water.
Gawsworth Old Hall is S of the water.
Gawsworth church is to the SW.
From Google Maps.
See also street view of the N front of Gawsworth Old Hall, from the N across the water.
Gawsworth Hall. The N front. (Facing the water.)
Photo 2009. From Colin Billington. Used with permission.
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